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Sauk Valley Community Concert Association season kicks off Saturday in Dixon

Scott Kirby will present "Mainstreet Souvenirs," a multimedia stage performance featuring live piano, a spoken narrative and video presentation, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the James A. Wiltz Auditorium at Dixon High School, 300 Lincoln Statue Drive.
Scott Kirby will present "Mainstreet Souvenirs," a multimedia stage performance featuring live piano, a spoken narrative and video presentation, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the James A. Wiltz Auditorium at Dixon High School, 300 Lincoln Statue Drive.

DIXON – Scott Kirby will present “Mainstreet Souvenirs,” a multimedia stage performance featuring live piano, a spoken narrative and video presentation, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the James A. Wiltz Auditorium at Dixon High School, 300 Lincoln Statue Drive.

The performance is the first of the Sauk Valley Community Concert Association season.

The music in the first half of the program will span 150 years of American pop, jazz and folk music.

The second half will feature Kirby’s original compositions for piano, his original paintings, and old photos, all joined together as he plays the piano and talks about the history of the America’s great plains and prairies, and the country’s small-town life.

Kirby has completed 85 paintings and 28 piano compositions. He’s based out of Boulder, Colorado, and divides his time between composing, painting, performing and teaching.

Admission is by SVCCA membership, with prices starting at $45 for adults and $20 for ages 18 and younger for the season. Members can attend reciprocal concerts in Freeport and Ottawa using their SVCCA cards.

Go to svcca.org or call 815-677-6676 to become a member or for more information.

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